It's almost impossible to separate "K-Ville" from its cynical underpinnings -- leveraging the flood-ravaged remnants of New Orleans as the attention-getting springboard for an otherwise highly…
CBS is adding some "Power" to its midseason bench. Eye has greenlit another cycle of "Power of 10," the Michael Davies-produced quizzer that has blossomed into a summer success story for the net.
NBC is getting a dose of religion, pacting with scribe Adam Gibgot for an hourlong drama described as "Heroes" meets "Touched by an Angel."
Burr Steers ("Igby Goes Down") has been tapped to direct New Line's high school comedy "17," starring Zac Efron.
The Dubai Intl. Film Festival is launching its first film market in the UAE to beef up its industry office. The Dubai Film Connection will be run in association with the Cannes Producers Network and…
ABC has won the rights to "Duel," a hot French quizzer format that BermanBraun is producing in the U.S. The Alphabet has ordered 10 episodes of the show, marking the first series order for Gail…
As the sun sets on cable's biggest summer to date, most nets aren't looking ahead to next year -- they're actually thinking about the fall.
For a fictional character from a TV show that hasn't premiered yet, Chuck Bartowski sure has a lot of online friends.
When a broadcast network cancels a daytime soap opera, that's the end of the line. The reruns may turn up on Soap Net for a while, but the actors, writers and directors get busy emailing their head…
It may be entering only its fifth edition, but Vladivostok's Pacific Meridian fest, set to run Sept. 15-21, seems to going from strength to strength -- at a rate many older events might envy.
Now that studios have mastered the idea of sequels and three-quels, here comes the rub: Next summer will be remarkably sequel-lite, meaning back to the drawing board all over again -- or to dusty…